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Wing Chun Academy of Thailand

WING CHUN VIDEO LESSONS

The Wing Chun video lessons are taught in the traditional manner of dividing each open form into 3 main sections, with each having 3 sub-sections. Each section contains a mixture of lectures and peeks into WCATS private classes, with no less than 10 hours of videos. To view the videos, please contact Sifu Xuan at sifu@wcats.com to arrange PayPal payment and access.

SIU LIM TAO

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SECTION IA
Movements 1 to 8
Introduction to WC Principles, Double-Tan, Fist, Double-Lab, YJKYM, Double-Gan, Cross-Tan, Cross-Pull.
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SECTION IB
Movements 9 to 18
Sun-Punch, Routering-Tan, Huen, Twist-Lab.
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SECTION IC
Movements 19 to 62
Tools Conversion and Cycle: Tan to Huen to Jad to Returning Wu; Fook to Huen to Jad to Returning Wu; Sliding Wu, Upward Palm-Strike.
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SECTION 2
Movements 63 to 78
Subsection A: 3 Gum Sao, Side-Gate Expander, Lan, Biu Sao, Radius-Deviation Jad, Butterfly Wings, Flexion Jad, Brush Jad.
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SECTION 3
Movements 79 to 108
Side-Pak, Retracting Tan, Palm-Corner-Edge Strike, Tan, Recovery-Gan, Recovery-Tan, Backwrist-Jad, Huen, Low Palm-Strike, Bong, Recovery-Tan, Elbow Push, Gansao, 3 Swiping Gansao.
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CHUM KIU

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CHUM KIU INTRO

CHUM KIU: COMPLETE

BONUS: HORSE SELECTION

BONGSAO MYSTERY

Movements 1-108
SECTION I: Frontal Spearing; Elbow Drop; Double-Lan and 2 Rotating Lans; Break-Through Spear; Double-Tan; 3 Inward Splittng Hands; 3 Outward Slitting Hands; Single Rotating Lan; Kuan Sao; Splitting Lan; Splitting Punch; Horizontal Biu Sao; Horizontal Brush; Centering Wu; Splitting Biu Sao; Routering Tan; Huen Sao; Pulling Elbow.

SECTION II: Tan/Lan/Rotation/Lab; Tan-Gerk; 3 Heel-Stomp/Crossed-Arms; 3 Driving-Kuan; Twister/Pull; Routering Wu Returning to Centerline; Biu-Sao; Huen-Sao; Lab-Sao; Repeat other side.

SECTION III: Locked-Arms Turn; Tan-Gerk; 3 Driving Double-Tan; 3 Driving Double-Bong; Stepping Double Tan; Reverse Routering Tan; Inner-Wrist Jad; Biu Sao; Pull and Kickback; Repeat Opposite Direction; Dog-Peeing Kick; 3 Rotating Gum Sao; 3 Punches. Closure.

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BIU JEE

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BIU JEE COMPLETE

BONUS: MOTHER THEORY

Movements 1-108
SECTION IA: (1) Left Sun Punch+3 Vertical Cuts. (2) 3 Horizontal Cuts. (3) Tansao+ Huensao+Latsao. (4-6) Repeat 1-3 Right Side. (7) Left and Right Cutting Legs.

SECTION IB:(8-10) 3 Eagle-Beak Strikes (11) Underarm Front-Leg Stepping Biujee. (12) Rear-Leg Stepping Biujee. (13) Double Latsao. (14-20) Repeat 7 to 13 with Other side. (21) Left and Right Cutting Legs. (22) Eagle-Beak Strike to Left. (23) Underarm Front-Leg Stepping Biujee. (24) Front-Leg Stepping Biujee. (25) Double Latsao. (26) Right and Left Cutting Legs. (27) Eagle-Beak Strike to Right. (28) Underarm Front-Leg Stepping Biujee. (29) Rear-Leg Stepping Biujee. (30) Double Latsao. (31) Left and Right Cutting Legs. (32)

SECTION IC: Eagle-Beak's Strike to Left. (33) Left-Underarm Biujee. (34) Right Upper Knife-Hand Strike. (35) Right Under-Sweeping Biujee. (36) Jumsao. (37) Biujee+Tansao+Huensao+Labsao. (38-43) Repeat 32-37 on the other side. (44) Eagle-Beak's Strike to Left. (45) Left-Underarm Biujee. (46) Right Under Knife-Hand Strike. (47) Right Under-Sweeping Biujee. (48) Jumsao. (49) Biujee+Tansao+Huensao+Labsao. (50-55) Repeat 44-49 on the other side.

SECTION IIA: (56-58) 3 Gansao. (59) Thrusting Wu. (60) Biujee+Tansao+Huensao+Labsao. (61-65) Repeat 56-58 on opposite side.

SECTION IIB: (66-68) 3 Mansao. (69) Jumsao.

SECTION IIC:(70-72) 3 Rotating Huen plus 3 Thrusting Wu. (73) Buijee+Tan+Huen+Lab. (74-81) Repeat 66-73 on the other side.

SECTION IIIA: (82-84) 3 Front Biujee. (85) Retracting Tan. (86) Right Upper Knife-Hand Strike. (87) Right Mansao. (88) Jumsao (89) Buijee+Tan+Huen+Lab. (90-97) Repeat 82-89 on the other side.

SECTION IIIB: (98) Eagle's Claws and Rotate. (99) Rotate and Cobra-Strike. (100) Coiling Strike. (101) Huen+Lab. (102-105) Repeat 98-101 on the other side.

SECTION IIIC: (106-108) 3 Sam Baat Fut.

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MUK YAN JONG

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MUK YAN JONG COMPLETE

BONUS: DUMMY CHART (Names of Sections in Traditional and Simplified Chinese, in romanized Cantonese and Mandarin, and English translation.

Movements 1-108
SECTION I:(1) Bridge and Penetrate Centerline. (2) Sink Elbows and Structure. (3) Bongsao. (4) Trapping Tan-Da. (5) Uprooting Double-Gansao. (6) Kuansao into Centerline (7) Trapping Tan-Da. (8) Uprooting Double-Gansao. (9) Elbow Trap. (10) Left-Lab and Right-Da. (11) Double Jumsao. (12) Double Elbow Push. (13-24) Repeat opposite side.

SECTION II: (25) Right Pak. (26) Left Pak. (27) Right Pak. (28) Left Retracting Fook. (29) Left Knife-Hand Strike to Neck. (30) Upper Lab and Middle Punch. (31) Right Retracting Fook. (32) Right Knife-Hand Strike to Neck. (33) Right Upper Lab, Left Middle Punch.

SECTION III: (34) Right Low Wing-Arm, (35) Seeking Hands. (36) Right Yellow-Dog Kick. (37) Left Low Wing-Arm. (38) Left Seeking Hands. (39) Left Yellow-Dog Kick. (40) Double Gansao, Double Huen and Frontal Baopai [Holding the Signboard] to Middle Section. (41) Double Tan and Frontal Baopai to Neck Section.

SECTION IV:(42) Left-High-Gan and Right Huen. (43) Right-High-Gan and Left Huen. (44) Left-High-Gan and Right-Huen. (45) Left-Lab and Right Palm Strike. (46) Right Bong.(47) Right Tansao and Tangoerk. (48) Gansao convert to Right-Gan and Left Huen. (49). Left-Gan and Right Huen. (50) Right-Gan and Left Huen. (51) Left Middle-Section Palm Strike. (52) Left Bongsao. (53) Left Tansao and Tangoerk.

SECTION V: (54) Rt-Hand Horizontal Ulnar Deviation. (55) Rt-Hand Horizontal Radial Deviation. (56) Rt-Hand Horizontal Ulnar Deviation Convert to Huen-Lab and Left Da. Fut. (57) Guansao Converts to Frontal Vertical Bopai (Holding the Signboard). (58) Left Bong Converts to Side Bopai. (59) Kuansao Converts to Frontal Vertical Bopai. (60) Right Bongsao Converts to Side Bopai.

SECTION VI:(61) Double-Gansao to Right. (62) Double-Gansao to Left. (63) Double-Gansao to Right. (64) Right Bongsao. (65) Right Labsao and Left Biusao to Neck. (66) Left Labsao and Right Hand-Edge Strike. (67) Left Bongsao. (68) Left Labsao and Right Biusao to Neck. (69) Right Labsao and Left Hand-Edge Strike to Neck. (70) Right Bongsao. (71) Right Tansao and Left Tangoerk. (72) Left Bongsao. (73) Left Tansao and Right Tangoerk.

SECTION VII: (74) Left Vertical Biusao and Right Tangoerk. (75) Right Bong and Right Yellow-Dog Kick. (76) Right Gumsao and Right Gumgoerk. (77) Right Vertical Biusao and Left Tangoerk. (78) Left Bongsao and Left Yellow-Dog Kick. (79) Left Gumsao and Left Gumgoerk. (80) Right Gumsao. (81) Left Paksao, Right Chigoerk and Right Palm-Strike to Middle-Section. (82) Left Gumsao. (83) Right Paksao, Left Chigoerk, and Left Palm-Strike to Middle-Section.

SECTION VIII: (84) Right Low-Bong. (85) Left Low-Bong. (86) Right Low-Bong. (87) Right Tan-Da. (88) Left Low-Bong. (89) Left Tan-Da. (90) Right High-Bong. (91) Double-Hands Lab and Right Tangoerk. (92) Left Bong. (93) Double-Hands Lab and Left Tangoerk. (94). Right Bong. (95) Upper Kuansao and Yellow-Dog Kick. (96) Left Bongsao. (97) Upper Kuansao and Left Yellow-Dog Kick. (98) Double Gansao. (99) Left Upward Pak. (100) Right Upward Pak. (101) Right Gumsao. (102) Left Paksao and Right Tangoerk. (103) Left Gumsao. (104) Right Paksao and Left Tangoerk. (105) Double Gansao. (106) Double Gansao and Left Cutting Leg (Sweep). (107) Double Gansao and Right Cutting Leg (Sweep). (108) Double Tansao and Tangoerk.

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CHISAO AND CHIGOERK

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CHISAO AND CHIGOERK
Chisao and Chigoerk Trappings
SECTION I: Understanding proper single chisao exercise.

SECTION II: Understanding proper Lab-Da exercise.

SECTION III: Eight basic Chisao techniques and their variations.

SECTION IV: Chigoek exercises and techniques.

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ADVANCE COURSE

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ADVANCE COURSE
Review of all forms, chisao, chigerk, and form application.
In the fall of 2011, there was major flooding in central Thailand. My house was flooded for 2 months. I took my family to shelter in northern and southern Thailand. In the north, one of my Thai students had just opened a roadside cafe. It gave me the opportunity to visit him and upgrade his Wing Chun skills. He is a very small framed person; probably the size of Great-Grandmaster Yip Man. GGM Yip Man was known to have overpowered martial artists much bigger than him. So, one should not under estimate the ability of a small person or the Wing Chun system.

This section also includes classes I'm conducting with the 2 senior students who've been with me for the past 4 years.

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AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND WORKSHOPS

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INTENSIVE 20-HR FOUNDATION COURSE
Siulimtao details, drills and applications
The videos contain two sections. One was done in January 2012. This course was design to give students a strong foundation on Wing Chun. The 20-hour course was done in Australia in two and half days over the weekend; 4 hours on Friday evening, then 8 hours on Saturday and Sunday. The students had already done William Cheung Wing Chun at Wuxing School; they had studied from 3 to 13 years. I was there to give them a different perspective of Wing Chun.

In New Zealand, the workshop was organized by one of my students who had done about 10 sessions with me in Bangkok, and was practicing in Christchurch with a group he had formed. Some students from this workshop had no martial-arts experience at all, while some had Taijia and gongfu training. After the 5-day course, the ones who hadn't done martial arts before excelled better than those who did, in general. It goes to show that when a student is given a clear goal and understanding of martial arts, he can achieve the goals quicker than those who have been misdirected or given no direction. The second section was done in December of 2012. I returned to upgrade the students who had taken the course in January, and give a crash course to newcomers. My trip started in Bangkok, going to Melbourne, then to Christchurch, then to Lijiang (China), and back to Bangkok.

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2010 LIJIANG CHALLENGE SERIES

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INTENSIVE 2-MONTH CHALLENGE COURSE
All 3 Open Forms; Chisao and Drills
This section contains daily recordings of a special 2-month course conducted in Lijiang, China, from August 20 to October 20, with 2 completely inexperienced students, who had not done any martial arts before, so to speak. One had learned some Karate as a child. The other did 2 months of Taiji. The experimental course was a success. The 2 students completed the course at 2 to 3 year level in a standard course. Read what led to the challenge at http://wcats.com/Misc/ Challenge.php. and view the final test at http://wcats.com/Misc/Videos/.

(Please note that the classes were done in both English and Chinese languages.)

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2012 BANGKOK CHALLENGE SERIES

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INTENSIVE 3-MONTH CHALLENGE COURSE
All 3 Open Forms; Dummy, Chisao and Drills
This section contains daily recordings of a special 3-month course conducted in Bangkok, starting from February 6, with 2 students from UK. Javed started first on December 22, 2011. He had taken a year off work to travel the world and learn Wing Chun in different countries. He had studied Wing Chun for 15 months in the UK; attending 3 to 4 classes a week. His first stop was Bangkok. After a few sessions with me, he decided that he'd stay with me for awhile and travel Southeast Asia after. Javed lacked structure, balance, sensitivity, and most of all, understanding of the principles Wing Chun. He had no knowledge, goals or direction. It was proven clearly when he got demolished by my nerdiest and most clumsy student who had just done 48 hours of WC with me, training no more than 2 hours per week for about 6 months. My Thai student is 46 years old. He is a private High-School Physics tutor. He had never participated in any sports in his life, and began with me very awkward and uncoordinated. He had just completed Siulimtao, and had started on the first section of Chumkiu. I went to Australia and New Zealand to conduct workshops from January 8 to 27. Javed wrote me and requested to put him and his girlfriend on an intensive 3-month challenge program. She was in India at the time taking a Yoga course. She arrived in Bangkok on February 5 to begin the course. While waiting for her, I've got Javed to do some Taiji to work on his coordination and softness.

I will be recording Javed and Marilyn's progress; you can follow the process. Javed has cancelled his plans to travel Southeast Asia, choosing to complete the Wing Chun course under me for as long as I remain in Thailand.

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MUSKOKA CHALLENGE SERIES

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MUSKOKA CHALLENGE COURSE
I've just migrated back to Canada, and started teaching new students in Muskoka, Ontario, as of October 1. For those of you starting Wing Chun, this would be a good course to follow. Everyone in this group has done little or no Wing Chun at all, so following the course would be like being right here with us. One of the students will train 6 to 7 days a week.
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BELGIUM WORKSHOP

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BELGIUM WORKSHOP
In the summer of 2014, I conducted a workshop in Belgium. This is a condense course on overview of Wing Chun.
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SWISS WORKSHOP

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SWISS WORKSHOP
In the summer of 2014, I conducted a workshop in Switzerland. This is an intensive course on Siu Nim Tao.
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GERMAN WORKSHOP

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GERMAN WORKSHOP
In the summer of 2014, I conducted a workshop in Germany. This is a condense course on overview of Wing Chun.
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